-Unique 3-cylinder Daytona is typical British engineering at it's finest. Somewhat heavier than it's Japanese brethern in class, the Daytona is at the top of styling, build quality, and exclusiveness. Ergos are not as radical as some race replicas, and the howl of that triple on the boil will send shivers down your spine. Triumph is the value leader in urban sport litre sportbikes.
-aprilia has an extensive stable of V-60 mille machines from the top of the line RSV Factory sporting OZ wheels, Ohlins suspension, and carbon fiber everywhere, to the value leader SL Falco. Aprilia, while relatively new to the superbike class, has an extensive championship racing heritage in the smaller displacement catagories. aprila left MotoGP racing, due in part from financial dificulties as well as their inability to get the Cube engine sorted. aprilia epitomizes the high quality, low maintenance, and very reliable high performance Italian sport bike.
-Bought and brought back to life by aprilia, Moto Guzzie represents the shaft-drive class of fine Italian sportbikes. With it's radially mounted V-twin engine and unique styling, backed by a racing tradition, Moto Guzzi represents the best of modern sportbike technology, wrapped in an historically pleasing suit.
-Extensive race heritage in AMA Superbike, WSBK, and MotoGP racing. Ducatistis, as their owners are called, thrive on technological advancements, and the trellis framed Ducati sport bikes they ride are truly Italian art form in motion. Ducati is at the top of European V-twin engine technology.